Management view on SDI Radmin
This module gives an overview of the non-technical aspects related to Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI). In an SDI several technical and non-technical components work together. This module focuses on the non-technical components and is targeting process owners and managers.
Explain the main objectives of an SDI.
Explain the relevant technological issues around development and implementation of Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI).
Identify and discuss the different components of an SDI.
Use the models of SDI generations and SDI components to describe the main elements of an existing SDI initiative.
Identify the benefits of an SDI for your organisation.
Describe political, economic, administrative, and other social forces in agencies, organizations, and citizens that inhibit or promote sharing of geospatial and other data;Explain the evolution towards open data policies.
Identify barriers for data sharing in your own organisation.
Explain the link between SDI and other (open) data policies.
Design an effective governance structure for a national SDI.
Discuss the governance structure in place of a particular country.
Explain what SDI governance is and why it is important in the development and implementation of SDIs.
List and execute the main tasks to be executed in SDI implementation.
Apply different models of tasks allocation to real SDIs.
Explain the different instruments for SDI governance.
Provide examples of existing SDI governance instruments.
Explain the importance of work processes in the context of SDI.
Apply the essential elements of business process management to SDI processes.
Prepare a model of an SDI work process.
Compare different frameworks for assessing Spatial Data Infrastructures.
Design an SDI assessment framework and methodology for assessing and evaluating an SDI.
Develop a strategy to improve the performance of an SDI initiative.